"We belong together" | Star vs. the Forces of Evil | Cleaved Soundtrack (Piano)

Any idea what happens when we stay here?
No...and I don't care. Because with or without magic...
We belong together....
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Please don't copyright me disney....I will doing more epic projects on this show. I still have that blood moon waltz overdue and Eclipsa & Star's theme song on the way!!!

Star vs the forces of evil has been one of the best things in my life the recent years and its pushing me to do better with my music. Thank you disney and the team for making this amazing series. Though the ending was rushed, its better than how they handled naruto (throws shade).

And so I finally did my first orchestrated arrangement with limited sounds from my digital piano. I'm pretty proud of this work

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Anime: Star vs. the Forces of Evil
Song Name: We belong together (Cleaved finale ost)
Song Artist: Brian H. Kim
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